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SYLVANIA, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Monday was the start of the Marathon Classic at Highland Meadows Golf Course in Sylvania.

Some of the best professional female golfers will be there, and if you're looking to attend, you'll want to know these deals:

This year, any active military, police, and firefighter can get into the tournament for free. They can also bring a guest for free.

Kids under the age of 17 can also get in for free. There is a new Kid Zone this year, with a golf simulator and other fun activities.

Senior citizens can park and get into the tournament for free on Thursday.

Tournament Director Judd Silverman says they're most excited about honoring everyone who has put their life on the line for the public.

"We felt like this was a great way to do it, to offer them the opportunity to come out with a guest for free, enjoy the tournament," he said. "It's just our way of recognizing the active military, police officers and firefighters."

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